The Assembled Parties, Starring Judith Light & Jessica Hecht
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China's first all-female percussion group, the Red Poppy Ladies, reinterpret the beloved folk tale Mulan. The story of a legendary heroine who disguised herself as a man to take her father's place in battle was also turned into a famed Disney animated film in 1998. But the Red Poppy Ladies' version mixes kung fu with traditional drumming as a backdrop to this inspiring tale of courage and family loyalty. Famed for their appearance at the Beijing Olympics, these professionally-trained musicians have performed throughout the world. Learn More
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I bought tickets through Goldstar to see "Assembled Parties" as part of a birthday gift for my husband and it was a great value! The play won a Tony for Best Play and it was much deserved.
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A brilliant play and gifted performances all around. Had my friend and I talking for hours about nuances of the story and subtle story points. Powerful experience in the theatre. Greenberg is a wonderful playwright. Keep 'em coming.
The Assembled Parties Cast Members: Jessica Hecht, Judith Light, Jeremy Shamos, Mark Blum, Lauren Blumenfeld, Alex Dreier, Jake Silbermann, Jonathan Walker
This show is recommended for those age 13 or older._ _
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